The Weekly Recap

Hello, welcome back to the weekly recap!

This week there’s only been one trip report – this one from a Royle Safaris tour to Bolivia in October of last year. 37 mammal species were seen including Jaguars, Tapirs and Greater Grison. There is also one space remaining on their October 2023 cat tour and bookings open for 2024! 

A new episode of the Mammalwatching Podcast has been released! I must admit that I’ve been slacking at my job as its only fan, as I haven’t had a chance to listen to it yet. It sounds great though: an interview with Luke Hunter, the director of the Big Cat Program at the Wildlife Conservation Society, talking about his work protecting big cats around the world. 

Someone who will have a day to kill in Kuala Lumpur next month is looking for recommendations on how to see a White-thighed Surili, so comment here if you have any ideas. 

Finally, this week was the 6 month anniversary of the mammalwatching website’s revamp. As you will be able to see by the very cringey (but endearing, I suppose) thumbnail to his post, my dad is very excited about this. So much so that he actually thanked me (sarcastically) instead of insulting me or calling me an ugly baby. There must be a glitch in the matrix… But even I must admit that the website and all its posts are pretty cool these days (especially on Sundays 😉). 

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Thanks for reading:) 


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Katy Hall

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